The RDCG covers all disciplines and its membership includes experts in data management, metadata, information technology, and preservation as well as domain expertise in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.The consultants are responsible for responding to requests for research data management planning and services across the university. Members of this team will respond to requests according to their areas of expertise.
Kayleigh Bohémier is the Science Research Support Librarian for Astronomy, Geology & Geophysics, and Physics at the Center for Science and Social Science Information. She has expertise in file organization, research data, and scientific communication/research impact. Bohémier has collaborated on the Manage or Muerte workshop series with other RDCG consultants and is an active participant in data best practices education at Yale. She is one of the 2 interim Co-Chairs of RDCG.
Euan Cochrane is the Digital Preservation Manager for Yale University Library. He is responsible for the provision of digital preservation services across campus and has special interested in software preservation and emulation and reproducibility of computationally dependent research.
Catherine DeRose is the Engagement and Outreach Manager for the Yale Digital Humanities Lab, and is an RDCG contact for researchers who are in the humanities or are working with humanities data. She meets with students and faculty for project consultations and also collaborates with colleagues in Digital Scholarship Services to teach workshops on platforms for data visualization, social network analysis, and mapping.
Paul DiBello joined Yale in 2008 as the Associate Director of Research Administration Systems, and subsequently held the positions of Director of ERP and Research Enterprise Systems, Director of Solution Management, and Director of Development & AYA Systems. Prior to Yale, Paul developed informatics laboratory solutions for Genaissance Pharmaceuticals and PGx Health. Paul holds a Ph.D. in Biology from the University of Pennsylvania, and completed his postdoctoral work at Yale University.
is the Research Data Support Specialist for Digital Scholarship Services within the Yale University Library. Working out of the Center for Science and Social Science Information, Joshua works closely with the StatLab and subject librarians to provide research data support to faculty and staff through instruction and consultations. Joshua brings expertise in data visualization, linked open data, data mining, and research data cleaning, transformation, and curation to the RDCG. With a background in the arts, Joshua’s interests include the intersection of Art and Data, open data initiatives, data literacy instruction, and baking.
Joan Emmet is the Yale University Library’s (YUL) Licensing & Copyright Librarian. She spearheads the review of licenses and contracts for YUL’s electronic resources and fields a wide variety of copyright questions from the Yale community.
Themba Flowers, Director of Digital Scholarship, CSSSI
Lauren Kerrigan, IT Associate Director, Medicine & University IT Partners
works in digital pedagogy across Yale, with primary experience in Humanities courses; manages the Center for Teaching and Learning’s digital pedagogy grant process, the Rosenkranz Grants for Pedagogical Advancement; and supports CoursePress, Yale’s course home for WordPress sites. He has been a co-coordinator of the Digital Humanities Working Group of the Whitney Humanities Center and led the Collaborative Learning Center, a joint project of ITS, Yale University Library, the Center for Language Study, and the Graduate Teaching Center. He was lead organizer of Yale’s first two internal unconferences on IT and has been seen at the front of the room for a hands-on media lab of Yale’s node of the FemTechNet DOCC.
Peter Leonard serves as the Director of the Digital Humanities Lab at Yale University Library. He has a background in Art History and Literature.
Kaylea Nelson, Computational Research Support Analyst, YCRC
Youn Noh, Metadata Librarian, YUL
is a medical librarian and an RDCG contact for researchers on the medical campus. As well as answering questions and making referrals, Kate teaches research data management workshops. Kate can also discuss issues in biomedical and clinical data sharing, reporting standards, and reproducibility.
An advisory group guides the projects of the RDCG and facilitates referrals and connections.